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Low-Cal sweetener in drinks machines

Have a low calorie sweetener option on drink machines
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Why don't drink vending machines have an option to add low-calorie sweetener to the drinks instead of sugar ? It could be a cost-plus option. The dispensers wouldn't need to be very big. Several different common brands could be offered.
8th of 7, Jun 26 2002

Automatic Products Model 213 http://www.automati...v/model213_fcs.html
Baked. Have your vendor get a better model machine for your location. [krelnik, Oct 15 2002, last modified Oct 21 2004]

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       spoilsport, why can't the dispenser be enormous and very loud? with those knife switches, we used to be so fond of.
po, Jun 26 2002
  

       Or a place where you have to kick it to activate it. Every now and then, you hit the jackpot and the change tray overflows like a slot machine.
FarmerJohn, Jun 26 2002
  

       po: Because I need all the knife-blade high current swithches I can get for the Secret Evil Genius Lair I'm constructing under my patio. Don't you realise how hard those are to get these days ? No Evil Superweapon would be taken seriously if it used all solid state triac controls for the power feed.   

       FarmerJohn: That onece happened to me with a pay-and-display parking ticket machine. PS I'm still feeling very bitter about the exploding sausages.
8th of 7, Jun 26 2002
  

       As a serious anno. (for a change) my diabetic son loves coffee. Would be good for him. + from me.
barnzenen, Jun 26 2002
  

       oh alright, use a plastic cheapo imitation knife switch then.
po, Sep 15 2002
  

       A relative of mine who lives in England carries around sacharin tablets in her purse. I believe she said each tiny little tablet contains the sweetening power of a teaspoon of sugar (maybe it was a half-teaspoon; the tablets were tiny). Someone with such a dispenser could just order coffee black and sweeten it very easily, carrying easily a week's supply of tablets in a very small container.
supercat, Sep 15 2002
  

       [supercat] you buy them in little dispenser type containers.
po, Oct 15 2002
  

       I agree
pepe, Nov 30 2002
  
      
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